Many books have been written about Gen. George S. Patton Jr. This is the book that hasn't: this is General George S. Patton Jr. as seen through the eyes of his enemies, the opposing German commanders. The thrust of this book is the enemy's perspective on Patton, America's most famous and highly respected commander of World War II, and his battles.
Harry Yeide is an international affairs analyst with the federal government. He has worked primarily with political and security/military issues, writing assessments for the President of the United States and other senior policymakers. He is the author of The Longest Battle, The Tank Killers, Steel Victory, and Weapons of the Tankers and the coauthor, with Mark Stout, of First to the Rhine. Yeide lives with his wife Nancy and three cats in Hyattsville, Maryland.